Consensus Guidelines on Interventional Therapies for Knee Pain (STEP Guidelines) from the American Society of Pain and Neuroscience
Management of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries: Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline
Testing saliva for microRNA levels may stratify individuals with a concussion based on underlying biological pathways that could lead to more personalized medicine.
Participants with recurrent patellar dislocations that received an isolated reconstruction of the medial patellofemoral ligament and rehabilitation were less likely to report persistent patellar instability than those receiving conservative care. However, both groups had similar improvements in all other outcomes.
Welcome to Sports Med Res’ this week in review podcast where we highlight the news in sports medicine research from the week ending on March 25, 2022. This week’s podcast focused on the need for good communication among key stakeholders during rehab after ACL reconstruction.
* The Male Athlete Body Project May Decrease Eating Disorder Risk
* Snoozy Athletes Report More Baseline Concussion Signs and Symptoms
* A Quick & Easy Way to Prevent Injury After a Concussion: Neuromuscular Training
* Everyone Agrees: We Can Do Better Educating and Communicating to Adolescent Patients and Parents
* Surgical Treatment is Best for Young, Active Patients After Shoulder Dislocation
* We Can Do Better. Improving the Chance of Survival After an Exercise-Related Sudden Cardiac Arrest for Everyone
* National Athletic Trainers’ Association Position Statement: Reducing Intentional Head-First Contact Behavior in American Football Players
* Cardiopulmonary Considerations for High School Student-Athletes During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Update to the NFHS-AMSSM Guidance Statement
* Arthroscopy Association of Canada Position Statement on Intra-articular Injections for Hip Osteoarthritis
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Adolescent patients, parents, and rehab professionals involved with care after an anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction believe that more frequent and consistent communication about setting expectations, restrictions, and timelines could promote better patient outcomes.